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Capital One 360 Replacing Customer Debit Cards

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 - 8:11 PMCapital One 360 - Details
Capital One 360 (formerly ING Direct) is apparently replacing debit
cards with the new ones sporting the new colors, new name and a new
expiration date.  I received the following e-mail today:

    Your new Debit Card's on its way, sporting our new colors
    Capital One 360 [saver@capitalone360.com]

    To: xxxxxx
    Wednesday, May 29, 2013 11:48 AM

    A brand new look calls for a shiny new Debit Card.

    Dear xxxxxx,
    Customer Number: XXXXXXX023     Capital One 360    

    Red's the new orange, Saver.
   
    Now that we're Capital One 360SM, your Electric Orange checking's
    called 360 CheckingSM - and you'll be getting a shiny new 360
    Checking Debit MasterCard® sporting our new colors. Everything will
    work same as your current Electric Orange card - and, with 360
    Checking, you can expect the same awesome stuff like no fees, no
    minimums, access to over 38,000 fee-free Allpoint® ATMs and a pretty
    cool-looking card.

    Here's all you need to know before your new card arrives in the mail:

    ..Be on the lookout for an 'Activate Card' link.
      You'll see it on your 'My Accounts' page - once you get your new card,
      you'll use the link to activate it.

    ..Your card number & PIN will be the same. But the expiration date will
      change. If you use your card to pay bills, make sure to give billers
      the new date to avoid any payment lags. Any bills you have set up
      through 360 Checking Bill Pay are good to go.

    Questions about the card? Head over to our Customer Information Center.

    P.S. Your Electric Orange Debit Card will keep working, so keep on
    using it like always. Once the new card arrives, activate it, chop
    up the old one into tiny pieces and get swiping.
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